City employees ensured Houston’s peaceful demonstration went off without a hitch.

Owned by HPD Sgt. Bryan Klevens, Prison Break Tattoos has become a popular destination for first responders who want a permanent reminder of their public service pride.

Spend a day on the job with Ella Ghica and the airport volunteers whom she calls angels in the terminals. 

We wear pink in October for breast cancer awareness, and red for Women's heart health, but June is National Men's Health Month. Read the CDC's tips on how men can stay healthy.

From renewable energy to recycling and water conservation to community gardens, these green city programs show that little changes can make a big impact.

As one of the largest municipal parks systems in the country, Houston Parks and Recreation Department looks back on 100 years of growth and greenspace.

Spend a day on the job with Okey Akwari, a senior epidemiologist. Often compared to the “CSI of the Houston Health Department,” Akwari and his colleagues safeguard public health by tracking the source of potential outbreaks.

 

Houston has earned a reputation as a hub for human trafficking, but the City of Houston is doing something about it. Meet the latest weapon in the city’s arsenal against human trafficking - Minal Patel Davis.

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